We’re wrapping up our 3-part series on Real Estate Wealth Preservation by looking at an advanced investor who’s branching out into more complex deals. Curious about syndications, joint ventures, and passive investing? Our panel of experts discuss the underlying tax, legal, insurance, and estate planning strategies investors should know before getting involved in these deals.
We’re back with part 2 of our 3-part series on Real Estate Wealth Preservation. In this episode, we’re focusing on how an intermediate investor can protect the ones they love as their real estate portfolio grows. Our panel of experts answer questions about various tax, legal, insurance, and estate planning strategies investors can use to preserve their assets and ensure they’re passed onto their heirs.
Welcome to the 1st episode in our 3-part series on Real Estate Wealth Preservation, in which we explore the tax, legal, insurance, and estate planning strategies that investors need to understand in order to set themselves up for long-term success. In the first episode, our panel of experts discuss what a beginner investor needs to know to protect themselves now and how to lay the foundation of a long and successful real estate investing journey.
The June 2022 market stats are in, and our roundtable is back to discuss and dissect them. As we head toward a recession, should investors start to worry we’re in a real estate bubble? Listen to the episode to hear what our team thinks, and get the latest updates on the Denver, Colorado Springs, and Pueblo markets.
To see all of the charts discussed on the show, check out this blog post
In this House Hack Ride Along episode, Ben Einspahr and I walk you through my fifth house hack in southwest Denver. The property has the ideal house hacker setup with two houses on one lot: a 4 bedroom/2 bathroom front house, and a 1 bedroom/1 bathroom back house.
Strategic Partners William and Marcus of Spearhead Commercial Capital are back to talk about an Indianapolis industrial building they helped their Denver-based clients invest in. Listen to this episode and learn why even triple net leases offer plenty of value-add opportunities.
We’re talking to Colorado Springs investor Ken Hobbick about his investing journey to find out how his strategies evolved over time. He tells us why out of state investing isn’t all it’s cracked up to be, and the lessons he’s learned testing out both medium and long term rental strategies. Tune in to learn why location matters, both nationally and locally.
In this deal analysis, Strategic Partner and lender Joe Massey joins me to talk about a refinance he helped his clients do on an investment property. By using their equity to invest in another property, they’re increasing their overall returns, even as prices and interest rates rise. Listen to the episode to hear how they’re still profiting more, despite cash flowing less than before.
Finding a starting point for real estate investing can be overwhelming. Luckily, Lon Welsh is back to explain the 8 dimensions of investing. By taking the time to carefully think through 8 simple questions, you can pinpoint what type of investment fits your stage of life, financial status, and personal preferences. Watch the episode to learn what you need to know to get started investing.
How do you figure out where to start when it comes to investing in real estate? Ironton Capital founder Lon Welsh is back to discuss his Investor Decision Tree. This tree will help investors figure out what type of investing works best for where they are in life, and shows them how to formulate a strategy they can execute. Listen to the episode to hear him walk through the chart using three common investor avatars.
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Real estate investing falls into two categories: active and passive. What’s the difference between these two? Lon Welsh, founder of Ironton Capital, joins Chris to discuss different types of real estate investing and the pros and cons of each. Listen to the episode to learn more, and find out if passive investing is the right choice for you.
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How do investing strategies evolve over time? Jenny and Chris are talking with Gretchen Place, who started off investing in long term rentals in the Springs. As that market changed, she pivoted to Pueblo and is trying out a medium term rental strategy. Listen to the episode to learn about her investing philosophy, and how she made the decision to try something new in Pueblo.